The things we stand for — transparency, business partnership, job growth, problem solving — these values not only set us apart, they’ve helped us grow our clients’ businesses despite the traditional credit crunch.
IRVING, Texas (PRWEB) October 28, 2011
After a 25-year career of coaching business owners and entrepreneurs for growth and success, Express Working Capital’s new President, Joe Womack, has decided to help lead the company he co-founded five years ago. And right away, he has overseen the sort of project that has become his trademark: helping Dallas restaurateur Robert Colombo expand his growing foodie empire by taking his Sfuzzi concept to Las Colinas.
Womack, an EWC co-founder and original investor, recently came on as President to help CEO Brad Woy in the company’s ongoing mission: make financing available to worthy companies who have been let down by the traditional banking loan industry.
“I’ve always been in this business to create jobs,” Womack says. “And as a co-founder and original investor with EWC, it's been exciting to see hundreds of businesses strengthened and grown during very adverse economic conditions because of Express Working Capital. Alternative working capital is very strategic to getting the economy moving and jobs created. I'm pleased to join the operating team at this important juncture in the history of both the company and the country."
Colombo, who opened the Las Colinas Sfuzzi on October 19, is President of La Reve Consultants. He owns and operates four other high-end restaurant concepts in Dallas, and he had opened the original Sfuzzi more than 25 years ago. He says expansions like that of Sfuzzi to Las Colinas are made possible by Womack and his team at EWC.
“It’s very rewarding to work with leading entrepreneurs that create great customer value and jobs in America,” Womack says. “We’re delighted to be partnered with Robert Colombo and the team at Le Reve Consultants. Sfuzzi Las Colinas is an example of a wonderful project that has customers raving.”
It’s the latest in a career of astonishing achievements for Womack, widely recognized for his leadership development and mentoring skills. Most notably, Womack initiated and developed a $3 billion sales channel of independent business owners for Sun Microsystems. As a business owner himself, he founded and owns companies in financial services, real estate development, and consumer sales.
Womack says that EWC, which has doubled in size every year since 2007, is poised to make an even greater mark in the alternative finance industry.
“The things we stand for — transparency, business partnership, job growth, problem solving — these values not only set us apart, they’ve helped us grow our clients’ businesses despite the traditional credit crunch. We’re helping people not only survive but thrive in this economy, and I couldn’t be prouder of EWC for that.”
ABOUT EXPRESS WORKING CAPITAL, LLC
Irving, Texas-based Express Working Capital, LLC is a leading provider of Merchant Cash Advances to small- and mid-sized businesses throughout the United States. EWC offers its Convenience Capital™ advance program to deserving business traditionally under-served by the banking industry. Since 2008, EWC has advanced capital to hundreds of businesses across the United States. EWC does not make loans. Instead, EWC purchases a portion of its client’s future credit card sales at a discount and collects a percentage of future daily Visa/MasterCard/Discover sales directly from the merchant’s credit card processor until paid in full.